Formally [adverb]

Definition of Formally:

in an official manner

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Sentence/Example of Formally:

The five-member board will formally reach a conclusion about the causes of the crash and possibly issue recommendations to the Federal Aviation Administration and helicopter companies to avoid similar crashes.

He believes raising children with fear, dressing them formally and ordering their attention with a whistle is how to raise successful young men and women.

The board was not supposed to formally vote on the timeline until its next meeting, scheduled for Thursday night.

The FDA agreed in December to allow anyone one who could to extract that bonus dose, and as of early January are formally counting some vials as containing six doses.

A fifth Republican, former Carlyle Group executive Glenn Youngkin, has filed paperwork to establish a campaign and indicated he will formally announce his bid soon.

He formally recognized Jerusalem — a city that Palestinians, as well as Israelis, claim as their own — as the capital of Israel.

Some doubt how useful such data can really be to police investigations and are concerned that even the proposed limits still formally expand its use beyond contact tracing.

House Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving said he wasn’t comfortable with the “optics” of formally declaring an emergency ahead of the demonstration, Sund said.

Neither Yin nor Sinovac was formally charged in the matter, but in February 2018, a group of Sinovac investors sought to wrest control of the company away from Yin.

The interruption of Congress’s business Wednesday came when they were supposed to be debating Arizona — something formally challenged by Cruz and an Arizona congressman.